WORLD HISTORY: The Human Experience, The Early Ages (co-authored by National Geographic) guides students through the rich and fascinating history of the ancient past from prehistory to the Renaissance. A wealth of ancillaries extends and enriches this Student Edition. Unique special features help students understand how ancient peoples and cultures made the history that still affects the world today.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Reference Atlas Geography Handbook Reading for Information Themes in World History
Unit 1 The Rise of Civilizations Chapter 1 Human Beginnings Chapter 2 Early Civilizations Chapter 3 Kingdoms and Empires in the Middle East
Unit 2 Flowering of Civilizations Chapter 4 The Rise of Ancient Greece Chapter 5 The Height of Greek Civilization Chapter 6 Ancient Rome and Early Christianity Chapter 7 Flowering of African Civilizations Chapter 8 India’s Great Civilization Chapter 9 China’s Flourishing Civilization
Unit 3 Regional Civilizations Chapter 10 Byzantines and Slavs Chapter 11 Islamic Civilization Chapter 12 The Rise of Medieval Europe Chapter 13 Medieval Europe at Its Height Chapter 14 East and South Asia Chapter 15 The Americas
Unit 4 Emergence of the Modern World Chapter 16 Renaissance and Reformation Chapter 17 Expanding Horizons Chapter 18 Empires of Asia Chapter 19 Royal Power and Conflict
Epilogue The Modern Era Appendix Study & Writing Skills Handbook Glossary Index Spanish Glossary Acknowledgments